The shop's logo also features a Nazi swastika logo, Metro reports.
Hitler recently opened in Ahmedabad, India and owners are now being asked to change its name following the upset it has caused.
Members of the local Jewish community have issued demands to the store to remove the controversial sign, but these have so far been ignored.
The store's owner Rajesh Shah has said he will only remove the sign if he is compensated for what he spent on the company branding.
Shah also denied knowing who Hitler was until the controversial reaction to the sign.
He claimed: "Frankly, until the time we applied for the trademark permission, I had only heard that Hitler was a strict man. It was only recently that we read about Hitler on the internet."
He also said that the store's name derived from the nickname of his business partner's grandfather who had a reputation for being strict.
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